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Markethive Social Network Market Network

Markethive + Social Network = Market Network

Markethive is what is now being identified as a Market Network, evolving from the aging Social Network platforms. In the example below, THE FUTURE is shown as SOCIAL BUSINESS. This equals what we are referring to as a MARKET NETWORK, where the social media platforms have evolved and are continuing to do so. The focus NOW is shifting to BUSINESS and COMMERCE: local, national, global, all of which are seen as markets. The key to note here is that the FUTURE is HERE NOW! Markethive is right on target, with the best possible timing.

Markethive also recognizes the importance of absolute privacy and security. This is of the utmost importance and priority. If you register for FREE @ http://markethive.tv, you can see what Markethive is all about and have access to the entire system, and you can also read their privacy policy there.

We also support a total neutrality regarding your issues, politics, religions, sexual orientations and anything else I have failed to mention.

Our greatest mission is to end the tyranny and rape of your data from #deletefacebook.

This practice ends here!

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Facebook Shared Private Data With 61 Companies

Facebook continued to share data with more than 60 companies (that we have been told about, anyway) despite concerns about the quiz app that mined data which was handed to a political campaign business: Cambridge Analytica.

The social network gave 61 companies a year to wean themselves off the rich data provided by Facebook through its API, including Nike, UPS, dating app Hinge, a social marketing service, a Russian internet giant and a variety of news networks after it grew concerned that developers could be abusing the function.

This conflicts with repeated assurances from Mark Zuckerberg since the data scandal came to light earlier this year. The Facebook founder has stood in front of European Parliament and US lawmakers to insist that the function which allowed apps to receive detailed, personal information including photos and friends lists had been shut down in April 2014. 

The documents presented to Congress over the weekend reveal that in addition to the companies granted a cooling off period, five apps had access to users' friend's data. This included Activision, the games published behind the Call of Duty series and streaming apps PeekSocial and Fun2Shoot, along with defunct apps Golden Union Co, quiz app IQ Zone.

The documents state that the true scale of data collection by rogue apps may never become apparent, and the above list was comprehensive only to the "best of our ability", adding that early records may have already been deleted from the system.

Later on Monday, Facebook admitted it had uncovered a bug which temporarily unblocked people on Messenger who had previously been blocked by users.

At least 800,000 people were affected by the glitch, which it became aware of today and which had been active between May 29 and June 5.

For more: Excerpted from article by Margi Murphy, The Telegraph, July 2, 2018

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The 5 18 Things Elon Musk Does Every Day to Make Himself Productive

The 5 Things Elon Musk Does Every Day to Make Himself Productive

Elon Musk gets more done each day than any three random CEOs. Here's how he manages it

Last week, I pointed out that because Elon Musk can successfully run multiple businesses, he could run any one of those businesses working part-time. Because of this, mere mortals like you and me should be able to create and run a business without working long hours– certainly not more than 40 hours a week.

As you can imagine, I got some pushback on that concept, probably because I neglected to point out specifically what Elon Musk does to manage his time better than your average insanely successful entrepreneur.

I've not worked with Musk personally or interviewed him but I watch him and his companies pretty closely. Here are some specific techniques that have emerged either from Musk's speeches or from his actions as reported in the news:

1. He doesn't bother with business plans.

In a recent appearance at SXSW, Musk explained that he's not a big fan of business plans. Instead, he works at the visionary level and leaves the operational details to others.

By contrast, most CEOs (including Steve Jobs, BTW) tend to get deeply involved in the business planning process, even to the point of micromanaging it.

The main point of a business plan is to get funding; after that, you're probably better off setting ambitious goals and improvising a way to get there (i.e., pivoting).

 

2. He immediately ends pointless conversations.

As I mentioned out in "Elon Musk Just Gave the World's Best Productivity Advice in a Single, Short Sentence," when Musk perceives that people are wasting his time, he cuts them off, even if it seems rude. To his way of thinking, what's truly rude is forcing him to listen to conversations that are neither interesting nor useful.

For example, when some analysts at a financial update meeting asked him some stupid questions, Musk just pointed out that the questions were "bonehead" and moved on. While he got flak for this, subsequent events have proved Musk right: The question were bonehead.

By refusing to suffer fools gladly (or otherwise), Musk probably frees up a dozen or more hours each week to do other, more useful things. As an additional bonus, he isn't forced to clutter up his mind with other people's irrelevant nonsense.

 

3. He immediately walks out on useless meetings.

Similarly, if a meeting wanders or is on a subject that's not immediately relevant, Musk simply gets up and leaves. More important, he also gives his staff and employees permission to do the same.

Since meetings are the biggest time wasters in business, Musk, by refusing to be part of a captive audience, probably frees up another dozen hours a week that he can spend on something useful or amusing.

 

4. He avoids foolish consistencies.

Musk isn't afraid to contradict himself. As a result, he doesn't waste his time defending the indefensible.

For example, while Musk frequently touted that Model 3 factory as almost entirely automated, he didn't hesitate to publicly announce it when he swapped out some automation in favor of human labor.

Most CEOs would have quietly made the change and then tried to bury it to avoid some bad PR. This adds the time and mental burden inherent in any cover-up that could turn into a PR disaster.

It's much more time-effective to do what Musk does in such situations: Bite the bullet and then move on.

 

5. He decides rather than deliberates.

In my experience and observation, most CEOs–even entrepreneurs–tend to overthink and overanalyze before taking action.

By contrast, while Musk never appears to be acting out of ignorance, it's obvious from the pace of his decision-making that he prefers to decide to take action (with all its attendant risks) to talking a decision to death.

A perfect example of this was when he fired all the Tesla contractors who couldn't find a Tesla employee to vouch for them. Most CEOs would have tried to cut the contractors "with all due speed," taking months to do something that could apparently be accomplished in a single day.

 

  By Geoffrey JamesContributing editor, Inc.com@Sales_Source

 

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Markethive First Press Release

Markethive enters the race to replace Facebook

The rise of the entrepreneur and the fall of destructive forces in our social platforms are here now.
Markethive is creating a "Universal Income" for entrepreneurs.
Using our state-of-the-art integrated inbound marketing platform, social network, artificial intelligence, business services, ewallet, coin exchange, mining datacenter, incubator and blockchain income platforms for success in the cryptopreneurial and entrepreneurial markets.

SHELL, Wyo. – June 6, 2018 – PRLog — Markethive, a "Market Network" (Markethive.com), announced today that it has officially entered the "Open Book Challenge" in which a group of angel investors are offering a significant investment fund to build an alternative to the Facebook system.

Markethive's Market Network (an advanced social network) is an alternative to Facebook as well as LinkedIn.  Markethive founders know privacy and collaboration are the keys to the future.


 

"Markethive was built on the foundation of 20 years of proprietary technology and has been running live with 1000s of subscribers in beta for nearly 4 years," said Thomas Prendergast, Markethive's CEO.  "Markethive's mission is to create a universal income for entrepreneurs, using our multiple platforms built for the entrepreneurial markets."

Douglas Yates, CTO and co-founder, added, "When we became aware of the #deletefacebook campaign led by Elon Musk of Tesla, I knew Markethive is the solution."

Markethive is the leading Market Network in the industry.  Market networks are the logical evolution of the aging social networks.  Market Networks like Markethive integrated SaaS and commerce platforms with the social network. Markethive also adds additional revenue-producing systems to fund the Universal Income for entrepreneur's aspects within the realm.

About Markethive ( https://markethive.com ) Markethive is a Facebook-like system, that has integrated SaaS (Inbound Marketing Systems), a Facebook-similar social network, an Avatar-injected webinar system, a faucet-type rewards program with their own coin, a proprietary coin exchange and a commerce platform similar to freelancer. Running in BETA with 1000s of subscribers, Markethive is about to launch her first Airdrop to introduce the Market Network to the world.

About Open Book Challenge ( https://www.openbookchallenge.com );  Angel investor Jason Calacanis will be making the investments and will syndicate these investments to JasonsSyndicate.com at the founder's discretion.  Open Book Challenge is looking to fund seven purpose-driven teams that want to build a billion-user social network to replace Facebook — while protecting consumer privacy. OPC wants to invest in replacements that don't manipulate people and that protect our democracy from bad actors looking to spread misinformation.

And that folks is Markethive, ready to rise up and take leadership in the first real social network Market Network that supports collaboration and delivers universal income to the entrepreneur.

 

Thomas Prendergast
Douglas Yates
Annette Schwindt

The Founders

 

Originating Press Release found here
https://www.prlog.org/12711984-markethive-enters-the-race-to-replace-facebook.html

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The Search For A Social Conscience Not Facebook

The search for a replacement for Facebook

Markethive enters the race

Dave Fanger, CEO, and founder, Swell Investing, back in April 2018 says “Facebook shares are not as 'socially responsible' as many investors thought…A company that enabled the manipulation of data from up to 87 million people couldn't possibly be considered responsible, could it?”

Jessica Guynn of USA TODAY in her article titled, Facebook is making a big change to your news feed, stated, “ Facebook is radically altering the formula that determines what bubbles to the top of people's news feed…”

Elon Musk deletes own and his company’s Facebook pages along with; Will Farrell, Cher, Jim Carrey,  director/actor Farhan Akhtar, Steve Wozniak, Susan Sarandon, Rosie O’Donald and about  219M other Facebook usersThe #DELETEFACEBOOK hashtag is trending all over the world. 

Angel investor Jason Calacanis of the Launch Fund states, “Facebook is a destructive force in our society.”

From Social Network To Market Network


Markethive The Dream Machine

Reid Hoffman (founder LinkedIn), statesEveryone is now an entrepreneur, whether they recognize it or not.

The rise of the entrepreneur and the fall of destructive forces in our social platforms is here now.  Markethive is creating a “Universal Income” for entrepreneurs. Using our state-of-the-art integrated inbound marketing platform, social network, artificial intelligence, business services, ewallet, coin exchange, mining datacenter, incubator and blockchain income platforms for success in the cryptopreneurial and entrepreneurial markets.

Markethive is the next generation Market Network Market networks bring a career's worth of professional connections online and make them more useful. For years, social networks like LinkedIn and Facebook have helped build long-term relationships. However, until market networks, they hadn't been used for commerce and transactions.

Referrals and valued content flow freely.  All community and social platforms on the internet have had their era, from AOL to MySpace, and typically they’re not shut down by the government — they’re quickly replaced by better platforms.

Market Networks are coming

Techcrunch: From Social Networks To Market Networks

Forbes: Moving From Mass Production Supply Chains To Market Networks

Quora: What are examples of market networks?

Markethive is the key to having the SaaS and the Marketplace be addictive to each other and software that increases the efficiency of the work in the marketplace Markethive.  You will prefer working with our tools vs working with other tools.  Markethive benefits both the buyers and sellers on the platform.

Markethive: The Replacement For Facebook (and LinkedIn too)

This better platform is here now, it's not just an idea, its here, living, open for business.  Thomas Prendergast said, “After 27 years in development and 4 years in beta testing, the dream machine, called Markethive is here now and here to stay”.

Utilizing the New Revolution of the Blockchain, Markethive's AI and innovation brings financial liquidity to the concept of the Universal Income and totally delivers the entire package of three pillars of Viability (Community, Technology, and Liquidity)

Markethive exceeds the Viability 3 pillars model in qualifications.


Jason Calacanis. is a serial entrepreneur, angel investor, podcaster and writer and has put out a challenge; for purpose-driven teams that want to build a billion-user social network to replace Facebook.  A new social network would:

  1. Respect and protect consumer’s privacy
  2. Respect and protect our democracy from bad actors
  3. Respect and protect the truth, by stopping the spread of misinformation
  4. Not try and manipulate people by making them addicted to the service
  5. Protect freedom of speech, while curbing abuse (not easy!)

Let it be known Mr. Calacanis, that team has been assembled by Thomas Prendergast, CEO of Markethive and that social network is here now. 
Those 5 points and MANY MORE.. are available today within Markethive.

Markethive is the new social market network based upon blockchain technology.
Markethive's cutting-edge robotics will also be responsible for delivering Universal Income to entrepreneurs.
Markethive qualifies as 10x better and more advanced than the closest competitors, LinkedIn and (#notfacebook).
Markethivre enjoys a 100% viability rating.
Markethive is a disruption, a category changer!
Markethive is open for business: http://markethive.com 

 

Douglas Yates
CTO
Founding Partner
Markethive.com

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